Genomind Blog

  • How Depression Affects Today’s Teen Girls

    According to a recently published study in the journal of Pediatrics, teenage girls in the U.S. may be experiencing more major depressive episodes than boys th…

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder: More Than Just Winter Blues

    During this time of year, many people report feeling down due to the change in weather. However, some people struggle specifically with Seasonal Affective Diso…

  • Considering Mental Health Before The New Year

    As the year comes to a close, this time presents a great opportunity to think about your mental health and treatment, if applicable. Here are a few things to c…

  • Five Things to Know About Major Depressive Disorder

    While most people experience periods of sadness or helplessness, a significant part of the population deals with Major Depressive Disorder, a serious mental he…

  • An Eastern and Western Perspective on Personalized Medicine

    In the past several years, there has been a lot of focus on the promise of personalized or precision medicine. As was pointed out at a recent White House summi…

  • How Personalized Medicine Changed My Life: A Patient’s Story

    For as long as I can remember, I have been depressed.For me, depression has been an exhausting fight against drowning.When things were bad, I was pulled …

  • National Depression Screening Day

    An important part of Mental Illness Awareness Week is that today (October 6th) is National Depression Screening Day. Each year, organizations strive to raise a…

  • American Opinions on Mental Illness and Genetic Testing

    Each year, during the first full week of October, individuals and organizations join together for Mental Illness Awareness Week to educate the public on mental…

  • 4 Things You Should Know About Bipolar Disorder

    Although bipolar disorder is well known, there is a lot of misunderstanding in terms of the specifics of the condition. About 5.7 million American adults, or 2…

  • Uncovering The Mental Health Crisis in Schools

    Of the 50 million public school students in the U.S., one in five of them show signs of a mental health disorder. Nearly 80% of these students don’t receive an…

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